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Favourite Flavour Of Soup?

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
It's Gotta Be Heinz Oxtail!
Yeahhh Baby!
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#2
Baxters Carrot and Corriander mmm........
I've only just started having soup for lunch always thought it was what old people ate lmao
:shock: maybe it is:oops:
#3
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#4
hannah19790
Baxters Carrot and Corriander mmm........
I've only just started having soup for lunch always thought it was what old people ate lmao
:shock: maybe it is:oops:


Ohh I Love Soup!
Can't Beat It!
#5
:giggle:
#6
hannah19790
Baxters Carrot and Corriander mmm........
I've only just started having soup for lunch always thought it was what old people ate lmao
:shock: maybe it is:oops:


I'm glad you are comfortable with reaching that milestone Hannah;-)
#7
i love tomato soup the best
#8
Pahaa!
Do Old People Really Eat A Lot Of Soup Though?
#9
Gotta be Muligatawny - like having an indian, but without chewing - and without all the cardamon and pepper seeds etc..
#10
clynch
i love tomato soup the best


Ohh My Mum Eats That With Bread And Cheese In It!
#11
Heinz farmers lamb & root veg
#12
What's The Difference Between A Sauce And A Soup?
It Probably Seems Like A Silly Question But I'm Just Not Sure! :giggle:
#13
Train Driver
I'm glad you are comfortable with reaching that milestone Hannah;-)


Nooooooooooo - I'm not :cry:


AhhACake!
Pahaa!
Do Old People Really Eat A Lot Of Soup Though?


Yeh, always orderin soup in debenhams at lunch:-D
#14
chicken every time
#15
hannah19790
Nooooooooooo - I'm not :cry:




Yeh, always orderin soup in debenhams at lunch:-D


Ohh They Sound Kinda Posh! :giggle:
#16
Ask Borolad :giggle::p
#17
Homemade carrot & butterbean, my own recipe. Also yummy cold
#18
Butternut Squash Anyone?
#19
AhhACake!;3321818
Butternut Squash Anyone?


I make a mean butternut squash and chilli soup, great with homemade cornbread :)
#20
starsparkle2311
Lovely;-)


Do You Just Cook The Ingredients Then Add Stock And Blend?
#21
choc1969
I make a mean butternut squash and chilli soup, great with homemade cornbread :)


Now That Does Sound Different!
[mod]#22
Spicy parsnip
#23
starsparkle2311
Yeh, easiest way


Sounds Easy Enough!
#24
Pea & Ham soup for me
mmmmmmm
#25
Crusty Bread For Dunking!
1 Like #26
Cornbread is going to be made this week, kept warm and handed out at the firework display. The kids love it. (I use this Guardian recipe)

3 tablespoons/40g unsalted butter for the baking dish
420ml/2 cups milk
3 eggs
60g/2 fl oz melted butter or oil
The kernels of 2 ears of corn, cut from the cob

3 red or green chilies (optional)
3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
3 teaspoons caster sugar
1 teaspoon sea salt
180g/1 1/4 cup yellow corn meal
70g/ 1/2 cup/strong (bread) flour or plain flour
Heat the oven to 220°C /450°F
Cut the 3 tablespoons (40g) of butter into a medium-sized roasting tin and set aside.
In a large bowl, whisk together your milk, eggs, and melted butter or oil. To this, add your corn kernels. If you want to use the chilies, I suggest roasting them over the flame of your cooker to blacken the skins. The smoky flavour really enhances the cornbread. Once roasted, seed and de-vein them and dice. Add to milk mixture.
In a separate bowl, combine the rest of the ingredients and mix up well. Now add the dry to the wet and stir just until combined. Do not overmix, or you will have tough, dry cornbread.
Now place your tin with the butter (or oil) in it, into the oven. Once the butter has melted (a minute or so) pull the tin back out of the oven and immediately pour in the batter and return to the oven. Bake about 25 minutes, or until golden and pulling away from the sides of the tin.
#27
starsparkle2311
Yeh, easiest way


choc1969
Cornbread is going to be made this week, kept warm and handed out at the firework display. The kids love it. (I use this Guardian recipe)

3 tablespoons/40g unsalted butter for the baking dish
420ml/2 cups milk
3 eggs
60g/2 fl oz melted butter or oil
The kernels of 2 ears of corn, cut from the cob

3 red or green chilies (optional)
3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
3 teaspoons caster sugar
1 teaspoon sea salt
180g/1 1/4 cup yellow corn meal
70g/ 1/2 cup/strong (bread) flour or plain flour
Heat the oven to 220°C /450°F
Cut the 3 tablespoons (40g) of butter into a medium-sized roasting tin and set aside.
In a large bowl, whisk together your milk, eggs, and melted butter or oil. To this, add your corn kernels. If you want to use the chilies, I suggest roasting them over the flame of your cooker to blacken the skins. The smoky flavour really enhances the cornbread. Once roasted, seed and de-vein them and dice. Add to milk mixture.
In a separate bowl, combine the rest of the ingredients and mix up well. Now add the dry to the wet and stir just until combined. Do not overmix, or you will have tough, dry cornbread.
Now place your tin with the butter (or oil) in it, into the oven. Once the butter has melted (a minute or so) pull the tin back out of the oven and immediately pour in the batter and return to the oven. Bake about 25 minutes, or until golden and pulling away from the sides of the tin.


Ohh That Sounds Fab!
Thanks Hun x
#28
starsparkle2311;3321911
Now that does sound nice, might have a go at that, do supermarkets sell corn meal?


yes, they all do now :)
#29
starsparkle2311
Now that does sound nice, might have a go at that, do supermarkets sell corn meal?

I Suppose You'd Find It In Tesco
They Seem To Have Anything These Days :?
banned#30
beef tripe and testicles-yummy
#31
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#32
starsparkle2311
We only have Morrisons and just recently Sainsburys, but they are getting more adventurous with what they stock now, I'm sure I could get it at the health shop anyway. Happy cooking evry1;-)


Yeah Yeah I Suppose!
And It Kinda Depends On The Size Of The Store
If It's Tiny There Not Likely To Stock Stranger Things! :thumbsup:
#33
AhhACake!;3321936
I Suppose You'd Find It In Tesco
They Seem To Have Anything These Days :?


41p a 100g bag in Tescos

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/32/022332.jpg?ts=632928452840
#34
choc1969
41p a 100g bag in Tescos

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/32/022332.jpg?ts=632928452840



AAHH Polenta, yeah seen that many a time;-)
#35
choc1969
41p a 100g bag in Tescos

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Images/ExternalImages/ProductsDetailed/32/022332.jpg?ts=632928452840


Cheaper Than Chips!
#36
AhhACake!
What's The Difference Between A Sauce And A Soup?
It Probably Seems Like A Silly Question But I'm Just Not Sure! :giggle:


There isn't a spoon for sauce.
#37
Chicken
#38
Tomato for me :thumbsup:

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